Here’s a question from alittleecon that has certainly occurred to Yr Obdt Srvt, considering the lack of interest in opposing some obvious nonsense spouted by the Tories (amongst others), and the similarly bizarre lack of interest in policies that are both worthwhile and popular (although in balance it should be added that many current Labour policies are both – meaning they score over almost all Tory policies).

Alex Little has other concerns, also: “Maybe, like David Cameron, they are seeing ‘red warning lights‘ flashing in the world economy, and just don’t fancy it.

“They tried to out-do UKIP on immigration by pretending ‘benefits tourism’ is a massive problem they are determined to solve (a laughable proposition).

“And today, some idiot MP gives the strong impression she despises the sort of people who traditionally vote Labour.”

Good questions. Shame the Labour leadership seems determined to evade providing any answers. As a member, I don’t want to have to put up with this behaviour. Why would any floating voter?

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